On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 22:14, Teco Boot <teco@...> wrote:
> Op 30 mrt. 2012, om 19:31 heeft Ivancic, William D. (GRC-RHN0) het volgende
> My experience is that you want to either let the radios do routing at
> layer-2 or routers do routing at layer-3. If you have a split, the two
> systems will fight each other.
Yes. Having a layer 3 routing over a layer 2 mesh can be a nightmare.
> Since manets are targeted for first responders and the military and other
> edge networks, anything overly complex is not practical to deploy.
> But some are playing with it. Or struggling :-)
> .... and we haven't event touched upon security requirements in a military
> I guess we (IETF) won't touch security for military...
> Now I put money on my horse.
If DLEP only communicates between the radio and the (ethernet-)
attached router, there is not much security necessary for this control
Steven Hawkings about cosmic inflation: "An increase of billions of
billions of percent in a tiny fraction of a second. Of course, that
was before the present government."
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